Joe Gallina - RotoBaller
Joe Gallina - RotoBaller

It’s Time To Face Your Fears The only thing to fear about making Yasiel Puig a high pick in your fantasy baseball draft is Yasiel Puig himself. Blessed with talents on loan from a higher source, Puig has all the tools necessary to be considered a perennial five tool player. The question remains, does he […]

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Justin Berglund - RotoBaller

2015 Could be a Bounce-Back Year for Victorino Looking at the current Red Sox 2015 outfield, there are plenty of guys who will be sharing at bats. Heading into Spring Training, the Sox will have recent signings Hanley Ramirez and Rusney Castillo entrenched as regulars, as well as Daniel Nava, Allen Craig, Shane Victorino and youngsters […]

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Justin Berglund - RotoBaller

The Baltimore Orioles have had major setbacks in their outfield this off-season. They were not able to resign Nelson Cruz, who ended up signing with Seattle. They also said goodbye to long time Baltimore staple Nick Markakis, who signed with the Braves. In their first addition to their 2015 outfield, the O’s today made a […]

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Matt Zylbert - RotoBaller

After spending his entire eight-year career in Toronto, reliever Casey Janssen will finally be pitching for another team, joining the Washington Nationals on a one-year, $5 million deal that also includes a mutual option for 2016. Janssen recently served as the Blue Jays’ closer, converting 81 saves over the past three seasons combined. However, the […]

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Matthew Dewoskin - RotoBaller

BALLER MOVE: Add in Early Teen Rounds ANALYSIS: Drew Smyly‘s size, pitch velocity and strikeout totals get fantasy GMs excited, but his platoon split issues have made Smyly a part-time fantasy baseball contributor. Smyly is absolutely deadly against left-handed hitters, with a .238 wOBA against lefties for his career. Lefties hit just .136 against his curve and […]

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Lou Cappetta - RotoBaller.com

With January winding down, the waiver wire has taken its typical place in the weekly/daily routine of fantasy basketball managers. The following guards, whether of the “sleeper” variety or just cashing in temporarily on an unforeseen opportunity, almost certainly deserve attention across the various formats during Week 14 of the 2014-15 NBA season. Position Eligibility […]

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Kyle Bishop - RotoBaller

  Despite a Strong Second Half in 2014, Carlos Carrasco Isn’t Worth Drafting in 2015 It’s a safe bet that few, if any, players have been analyzed as much as Carlos Carrasco in the last six months. That tends to happen when a pitcher who was banished to the bullpen early in the season suddenly morphs […]

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Brad Leibfried - RotoBaller

All throughout the 2014-15 NBA campaign, RotoBaller will be analyzing the top NBA DFS lineup picks and providing our expert advice for the best sleepers at the guard, forward and center positions. Below are our favorite FanDuel DFS picks for January 28th, 2015. Keep in mind, fantasy basketball is a fickle game when it comes to injured […]

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Matt Zylbert - RotoBaller

In a straight-up one-for-one trade of young pitchers, the Rangers have acquired Anthony Ranaudo from the Red Sox for Robbie Ross. While it doesn’t look like any sort of major deal at first glance, it could ultimately serve as a beneficial one for both sides, seeking to fill critical needs with their newest additions. Ranaudo […]

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Billy Johnston - RotoBaller

  Stephen Vogt and Josh Phegley Both Figure to be Sleepers in 2015 The magical world of Billy Beane and platooning every position on the diamond does not seem to be fading anytime soon. One of the more interesting platoons last year was the catcher platoon of Derek Norris, John Jaso, and Stephen Vogt. The […]

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Coe Johnston - RotoBaller

All throughout the 2014-15 campaign, RotoBaller will be giving you the top NBA DFS lineup picks at the guard, forward and center positions as well as a couple of sleepers for the day. Below are our favorite picks for January 28, 2015. Keep in mind, fantasy basketball is a fickle game when it comes to […]

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Adam Sabol - RotoBaller

Well, we’re down to one game left to play.  The Big Game.  The Whole Enchilada.  The Day That Should Be A Federal Holiday But Somehow Isn’t.  In case you were wondering why I haven’t come out and just said the official name of the “Big Game” it’s because there’s a man in a black suit […]

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Back by popular demand in 2015… RotoBaller has brought back for the MLB season our Ultimate 2015 Fantasy Baseball Sleepers & Waiver Wire Pickups List.  What’s better than snagging that big time sleeper or hot player off the waiver wire before your league does? Well, not much really. Our team of MLB enthusiasts and fantasy baseball analysts […]

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Matt Zylbert - RotoBaller

The Cincinnati Reds wasted no time in locking up their blooming franchise catcher, nailing down Devin Mesoraco to a four-year, $28 million contract extension. The deal is a smart investment on the Reds’ part, as it buys out all three of Mesoraco’s remaining arbitration years, as well as his first year of free agency, meaning […]

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Matthew Dewoskin - RotoBaller

  A New Approach in Tampa Bay Makes Drew Smyly Worth Drafting Drew Smyly is a riddle wrapped in an enigma, wrapped in a mystery, wrapped in a Rays jersey. His size, pitch velocity and, most importantly, his strikeout totals get fantasy GMs excited, but his platoon split issues made Smyly a part time fantasy […]

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